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Oct 9, 2012 7:00pm PDT
sexual predator and former penn state football coach jerry sandusky learned today he will likely spend the rest of his life in prison. as david lee miller reports even after all this time, sandusky insists he did nothing wrong. >> reporter: convicted pedophile jerry sandusky leaving court facing the next three decades behind bars. the judge sentenced sandusky to 30 years in prison. >> we're busy drafting our appeals right now. >> jerry never flinched from his position that he was innocent and that he wanted the opportunity to prove his innocence. >> reporter: sandusky once again denied any wrong doing. the prosecution had no sympathy for sandusky calling his statement a masterpiece of self- dilution. >> completely untetered from reality. it was entirely self-focused as if he again were the victim. >> it was in short ridiculous. >> reporter: several of the victims who testified during the trial giving victim impact statements. describing how the traumatic experience has changed their lives. >> the victims statements were a bitter reminder of the defendant's brutal crime where no r
Oct 8, 2012 7:00pm PDT
. look for the link under the mlb play off tab. >>> the lawyer for jerry sandusky said the former penn state football coach will speak at his sentencing tomorrow. in june he was convicted of 45 counts of child sexual abuse involving ten boys over a status of 15 years. in a radiointerview, sandusky suggested he was innocent and was a well orchestrated campaign by the media and accusers. given sandusky's age, 68, he could spend the rest of his life behind bars. >>> a new warning tonight about a popular flu treatment. not to purchase any form of generic tamiflu online without a prescription. if you do you're more than likely to get a phony of the drug. may contain an ingredient that triggers a potentially legal reaction. only fda-approved version of tamiflu can be purchased by prescription. >>> he wants to end sat mail delivery by next memorial day. postmaster general said it would save the postal service more than 2 and a half billion dollars every year limiting service to five days a week and making pension payment changes could put the post office back in the black for the first time s
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